Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs, Director, Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University.
On September 13, 2006, Felten and two graduate students were able to hack into a Diebold voting machine. Their findings claimed, "Malicious software running on a single voting machine can steal votes with little if any risk of detection. The malicious software can modify all of the records, audit logs, and counters kept by the voting machine, so that even careful forensic examination of these records will find nothing amiss."
Dr. Felten joined Joe Broadhurst of CKUT Radio in Montreal to discuss his findings.